In Today’s Civil Unrest, Couples Split Saying ‘See ya lago, Mara!’

On September 17, 1862, Generals Robert E. Lee and George McClellan faced off near Antietam creek in Sharpsburg, Maryland in the first and bloodiest battle of the American Civil War to be fought on northern soil. In a single day there were more than 22,000 casualties, but after a string of Union defeats, McClellan was … More In Today’s Civil Unrest, Couples Split Saying ‘See ya lago, Mara!’

Is It Doomsday For Talk Radio or Just Brooms Day to Clean House To Make It More Millennial Friendly?

A long-time friend of mine is a guy I brought into our firm years ago when he was still a young man searching for an outlet for his wit, charm and energy.  I gave him one—PR. Today he has a company that books clients on radio shows, but he says it’s driving him up the … More Is It Doomsday For Talk Radio or Just Brooms Day to Clean House To Make It More Millennial Friendly?

Hinged or Unhinged?

According to extensive polling conducted by MaddenMischief, the President became unhinged 121 times during his rambling, exhortative and cathartic news conference Thursday, hinged 56 times, stapled 11 times and there was one loosely put together with Double Sided Scotch Tape. There were an equal number of rants and raves, according to survey results. Except for … More Hinged or Unhinged?

Like Brady, Trump Has Another Deficit To Erase To Win The Political Super Bowl.

That Super Bowl was like our lives in the sense of our constantly having to overcome deficits, right from the get go. That amazing game was a microcosm also of politics, if not the whole human race ever struggling to cross the goal line without fumbling. Aren’t we all born 18 points behind, not just … More Like Brady, Trump Has Another Deficit To Erase To Win The Political Super Bowl.